Showreel 
2021



Fanny Sterner

Actress

Profile


Fanny is excited to bring to life the stories that deserve to be told.


Fanny Sterner is an actress from Stockholm, based in both Stockholm and London. She began acting professionally when she was 14 years old, and from there knew she wanted to act.

So when she was 19, she moved to Los Angeles to attend the prestigious American Academy of Dramatic Arts. While there, she trained in Voice, Singing, Movement, and Stage Combat, finishing off her time portraying the starring role of Sybill, in R.T Robinson's breathtaking 'The Cover of Life'.

Alongside acting, Fanny has a high caliber of skills in football, tennis and is an overall very sporty person. Fanny is excited to bring to life the stories that deserve to be told. In particular, those of her LGBTQ+ community. 

Name:               Fanny Sterner 

Acting range:  16 - 24 years

Height:              164 cm

Hair:                   Blond

Eyes:                  Blue

Clothing Size:  EU 36/38

Shoes Size:       EU 37

Language:        Swedish 

                            English

                            
 

Movies and Television - Selected



Clara and the Dinosaurs                          Supporting  BENSTE PRODUCTIONS, 2021, Director: Rhiannon Bennett


i hate you                                                     Lead               BENSTE PRODUCTIONS, 2021, Director: Rhiannon Bennett


STAIN                                                            Lead               Smutti AB, 2020, Director: John Voldstad


Fotboll För All                                             Lead               Amphi Produktion AB, 2014, Director: Lisa Siwe




Stage  - Selected

              



The Cover of Life                                    Supportive                   American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2019, Director: Mary Bleier


Dancing at Lughnasa                           Supportive                  American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2019, Director: Timothy Landfield


Cat on a Hot Tin Roof                            Supportive                  American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2019, Director: Judith Bohannon


Boys’ Life                                                   Supportive                  American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2018, Director: Scott Reiniger


Lovers & Other Strangers                     Supportive                   American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2018, Director: Michelle Gossett


Nickel and Dimed                                   Supportive                  American Academy of Dramatic Arts, 2018, Director: Scott Reiniger


Othello                                                       Supportive                  Xenter, 2017, Director: Camilla Wretljung

 



Education - Selected


                
AA in Acting The American Academy of Dramatic Arts 2019

Drama and Comedy training, Calle Flygare Theatre School  2013